The Complete Emergency Kit provides the two most important elements you need in case of emergency – fire and water.
Keep your family safe in an emergency with pure clean emergency drinking water and the renowned Kelly Kettle™ Stainless Steel Camp Kettle – in one kit. You’ll be able to purify ANY nonsalt water source and boil water for cooking, coffee, etc., without expensive fuel canisters. The AquaBrick® System is the best survival water purifier and an ideal portable water filter for camping. Fire up the Kelly Kettle™ using twigs, dry grass, leaves, and whatever type of biofuel you have access to. Undoubtedly, the best emergency kit combo you can get to be prepared for the unexpected.
Water Storage: Rinse the brick out with warm water and let air dry completely. Fill with water, put on the cap tightly and let it sit on its side for a few hours to make sure there are no leaks and cap is on tight. Store away. Do NOT put any water storage container directly on cement. Cement leaches into containers so put a piece of plywood, carpet, 2×4 wood etc between the brick and the cement. Recommended stacking height is 5 bricks high. Rotate (change out) your water each year (12 months). Water will go stale over time and not taste good but still safe to drink. If you don’t want to rotate, run the water through a water filter (AquaBrick Filter System) when you go to use it. You can also store powdered drinks like Lemonade, Tang, KoolAid etc to add to your water when you go to use it.
Long Term Food Storage: Rinse the brick out with warm water and let air dry completely. Fill with grains, rice, beans etc. Follow food storage guidelines using oxygen packets. Tighten lid. Label the cap with what is stored in the brick, date sealed, how many lbs of food is in the brick and expiration date of food stored. Do NOT put any food storage container directly on cement. Cement leaches into containers so put a piece of plywood, carpet, 2×4 wood etc between the brick and the cement. Recommended stacking height is 5 bricks high.